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By Brian Sommer on January 25, 2013
In human resources, recruiting can be divided into two very distinct parts. One part involves shepherding candidates between interviews, collecting the combined opinions of the interviewers, and sometimes, create a possible job offer for the lucky jobseeker. The other part, the really hard part, is sourcing great candidates. Few HR organizations do the second part […]
By Jason Busch on January 25, 2013
Most folks using procurement technology would rather not get into the underlying bits and bytes of technology architecture, let alone the nuances of database technology. For the most part this makes sense, though we’d argue that for systems integration, a lot of incremental business value in the P2P and services procurement areas can be derived […]
By Jeff Nolan on January 25, 2013
A few months ago I read the Civil War novel The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara. A non-fiction work, this is a historical account of the battle of Gettysburg that is written in the style of a novel where characters develop and intimacy, flaws, and achievement are revealed as the novel progresses. After having read […]